Zelensky: Russia is considering a scenario of a terrorist attack at the Zaporizhzhya NPP, the occupiers have prepared everything for it. Video
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that the aggressor country Russia may be preparing a terrorist attack on the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant. The occupiers have already prepared everything to commit a monstrous crime.
The head of the state stressed that the intelligence has received information that the Russian Federation is considering a scenario of a terrorist act at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. This is what Zelensky said in his statement (to see the video, scroll to the end of the page).
According to the president, the terrorist act planned by Russia at the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant involves the release of radiation. Moreover, Zelensky added that the occupants had already prepared everything to commit this crime.
Zelensky added that Ukraine had passed all the available information to its partners - in Europe, America, China, Brazil, India, the Arab world and Africa. The president said that absolutely all countries of our planet and international organizations should be aware of Russia's terrorist intentions.
"Unfortunately, I have already had to remind you many times that radiation knows no national borders and who it will hit is determined only by the direction of the wind. There should never be any terrorist acts at nuclear power plants, anywhere. This time it must not be like with Kakhovka: the world is warned, so the world can and must act," Zelensky stressed.
Recall that Kyrylo Budanov, head of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry, stated that after the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant was blown up, the Russian occupants additionally mined the Zaporizhzhia NPP. The worst thing is that the explosives were also placed on the cooler, which, if damaged, "would cause significant problems."
Earlier it was reported that Rafael Grossi, director general of the IAEA, after his visit to the Zaporizhzhya NPP, called the situation there "extremely unstable". According to him, the loss of the Kakhovka reservoir after the Russian occupants blew up the Kakhovka hydropower plant became a catastrophe for Europe's largest nuclear power plant.
As OBOZREVATEL reported, Volodymyr Borysenko, head of the nuclear energy department of the Nuclear Power Plant Safety Institute, explained that there will be no "second Chernobyl" if the Russian occupants blow up the ZNPP. ChNPP and ZNPP have completely different types of reactors, and the fuel in the latter is in a cold state.